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'm looking at those that you have to fill. >>> the "eye-opener" at 8:00 is brought to you by the aarp. >>> i'm charlie rose and erica is off norah o'donnell is with us. avoiding a fiscal clifk at thecliff at the end of the year. both sides talking compromise. major is at the white house. >> reporter: good morning. no face-to-face negotiations going on right now. what you really have is an exercise in measuring reasonableness and seriousness. talk about seriousness. senior white house officials say, yes, we hear talking about raising tax revenue but not sure how serie republicans are and want to see specifically how much reserve nye, how fast you're willing to raise it and willing to raise income tax rates on upper earning americans. something president obama campaigned for and won on. are you going to be reasonable and understand, say the republicans, if we put revenue on the table, you need to be reasonable about restructuring medicare and medicaid give us something back on the political side for making a big concession on tax revenue. no face-to-face negotiatio
mercedes-benz dealer. >>> aarp says about 23 million americans take care of their elderly parents. many have to choose between letting their parents live alone or moving them in to a nursing home. >> there is now another option that brings families closer even when they're not living under the same room. >> reporter: when viola baez began to need constant care last winter, her daughter soccorrito page, would not even consider moving her to a nursing home. viola had told everyone for years no nursing homes, not ever. >> whenever we had to visit somebody who is in a nursing home or drove past one, just i don't want to be in a place like that. >> reporter: a very clear instruction. >> very clear. very very clear. >> reporter: page wanted her mother to live close by and wanted her to have independence so she bought this portable apartment called a medcottage. she put the cottage in the yard right outside the kitchen window and built a 20-foot walkway so viola can come and go at will. >> it's her space, but it's still with us. >> reporter: it's right out the back door. >>
played. >> the eye opener at 8:00 is brought to you by the aarp. >>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. bloody fighting in the middle east intensified overnight. it is in its sixth day. israeli aircraft hit residential areas of the gaza strip destroying several homes. since the fighting began last wednesday, at least 91 palestinians have been killed. >> hamas fired hundreds of rockets into israel today including at least 12 today, one hit a school. egypt is trying to broker a truce and the prime minister said this morning i think we are close. a senior israeli official says israel is ready for a ground invasion and president obama says israel has a right to defend itself but is warning against an invasion. >> israel has a new tool in the multilayer defense system. as chip reid reports, it's credited with saving countless lives. >> reporter: in six days of fighting, roughly 850 rockets have been fired at israel from gaza. more than 300 of them interce intercepted by this. the iron dome, israel's home-grown defense shield. operational since last year, the system is de
opener at 8:00 is brought to you by the aarp. >>> i'm charlie rose w >>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king. cai norah o'donnell is in washington.nother secretary of state hillary clinton is in cairo for another et round of ceasefire talks. israel and there's no letup in the fighting. >> another wrench thrown in the peace efforts this morning. a bomb exploded on a tel aviv tel aviv. bus. >> allan pizzey is in tel aviv. >> the bomb went off shortly before lunchtime. side win ten people were injured. ten peop three of them seriously, although it's not ously. life-threatening. the blast took place almost right next to the israeli defense headquarters in central tel aviv and fortunately just around the corner from a hospital. 11 people were treated for shockstreet. in the street. the last serious bombing in tel aviv was over six years ago. ago that killed 11 people.ople. the police say this was not a suicide bomb but they're calling it most definitely a not a terrorist attack.definitely they believe the bomb was placed under th under the seat and think maybe on one or
trample an old lady for a waffle maker. >> the eye opener at 8:00 is brought to you by the aarp. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king. a cease-fire between israel and hamas is holding this morning. the deal ended eight days of air attacks along the gaza border. >> secretary of state hillary clinton who helped negotiate the agreement is calling it a critical moment for the region. on the gaza strip, the deal triggered celebrations. >> reporter: gaza city is an entirely different place than what it was 24 hours ago. in fact, even last night, you can probably hear the streets are full of traffic today, the shops are reopening. bulldozers and cleanup crews have started the work cleaning up after this bombardment eight days of israeli air strikes that have destroyed buildings here in the city. and they're holding rallies today in gaza city. not just in celebration of the cease-fire in the end of fighting, but this is really a rally in support of hamas. hamas is claiming victory in this battle against israel and the israeli military. they're gaining support from places th
to you by the aarp. >>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king. norah o'donnell is off today. black friday's bargain hunting began early than of this year. stores that opened on thanksgiving night had plenty of shoppers waiting. >> a new gallop poll say 18% of people plan to shop today. sale prices are a big reason. family tradition that play as factor too. seth doane is at a target store in jersey city, new jersey. one of the stores where shoppers got a head start last night. seth what are the crowds like today? >> reporter: well, gayle in many ways they are not as crazy as generally imagine for black friday. a lot of that craziness happened last night when stores opened 8:00, 9:00, you saw long lines in front of stores. the store we're at here at target had a very long line, hundreds of people in line at 8:00. just imagine now these stores have been open for 11 or so hours. one of the things we're hearing from target people are spending more time in these stores and not just coming in and buying tvs or spending time in the housewares or home section because it's a more leisurely evening
: the "eye opener" at 8:00 is brought to you by the aarp. >>> i'm charlie rose with norah o'donnell in washington. gayle king is off. here in the capital, hopes of a compromise to ave. voir dire the fiscal cliff are beginning to fade this morning. >> the divide on issues like raising taxes and cutting taxes seems to be as wide as ever. major garrett is in washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie and norah. over a month to go before taxes increase for everyone and deep spending cuts begin to bite. in washington there's still time for posturing and positions. no direct talks are scheduled or contemplated between president obama and tough congressional republicans. instead there will be white house meetings and appeals on twitter to preserve middle income tax cuts, worth on average about $2,000. that white house hash tag is my2k if you're interested. they say it will keep the recovery going. on his part president obama travels to a tinker toy factory outside of philadelphia on friday. to link tax cuts to consumer spending. tinker toys. hmm. some americans mi
in the mcdonald's game. >> "the eye opener at 8:00" is brought to you by the aarp. >>> i'm charlie rose with norah o'donnell. gayle king is off. we've been talking all morning about president obama and mitt romney. they're having lunch today at the white house. >> on election night, the president said he thinks he can work with his republican opponents to solve the nation's problems. and as bill plante reports, those post-election meetings have become somewhat of a tradition. bill, good morning! >> reporter: good morning, norah. you know, nice words were extended during the campaign, but no matter what they're really thinking, the winner and loser of any presidential election now routinely get together for at least a handshake, and sometimes a good deal more. it all began after the election of 1960, when president-elect john f. kennedy paid a call on richard nixon in florida. >> that '60 election was razor close, and kennedy barely won. and so, that moment when the two of them met, it kind of unified the country. >> reporter: but it hadn't always been that way. historians point out that
at 8:00 is brought to you by the aarp. >>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king. norah o'donnell is in washington. the united states is taking a new step to try to end fighting between israel and hamas. secretary of state hillary clinton is on her way to meet with leaders. charlie d'agata is watching the fighting in gaza city. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. there has been a noticeable let-up in the past 24 hours, nothing like the kind of fighting we saw in the previous 24 hours in terms of air strikes coming in to gaza and missiles heading out. having said that, there are reports of missile strikes -- excuse me, air strikes in southern gaza around rafa also an attack that knocked out a hamas-backed bank one that hit a house in a residential neighborhood killing the mother and the father and two children there. palestinian officials tell us now the death toll has reached more than 100 people more than half of those killed are women and children. now, although there is a lull there is tension in the air. we drove through the str
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about the future... of these programs into a last minute budget deal... we'll all pay the price. aarp is fighting to protect seniors with responsible... solutions that strengthen medicare and... social security for generations to come. we can do better than a last minute deal... that would hurt all of us. >>> our finance sector is much safer now because wall street has removed the weakest link, man. >> the specialists and noise on the floor is being replaced by the speed and quiet efficiency of computers. >> in high frequency trading computers can move millions of shares around in minutes earning a tenth of a penny off each share. and that adds up to serious money when they finally take it down to the wall street coin star. [ laughter ] >> once the computer has a trading strategy or algorth. >> jason aldean learned a hard lesson a few weeks ago. he and his wife talk about that for the first time on cbs "this morning." ♪ united airlines... as a comr snafu is causing long delayn >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> it's 7:56. i'm michelle griego. more problems this m
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